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Eagle publisher responds to Syracuse.com story

In the past month, we at Eagle Newspapers have put ourselves under the microscope, as every business does when times are tight. This self-evaluation has led to some wonderful discoveries as well as a greater awareness of some tough realities. And it has caused us to take necessary action, which has been publicized and speculated upon on Syracuse.com.

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DeWitt Police ID remains as Tracy Kulas, missing since 2005

The remains were found by a 13-year-old boy playing in the woods on Kinne Street, adjacent to a parking lot of Shoppingtown Mall.

Deonna Shipman found

Deonna Shipman, who was taken out of the country by her non-custodial father in July of 2007, has been found, according to Onondaga County Sheriff Kevin E. Walsh.

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Cuomo speaks budget in Plattsburgh

The governor outlined his ambitious executive budget and reform proposals

The past year has brought tremendous and historic change in Albany and New York state, says Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

SU's Fab Melo to miss next two road games; Mookie leaves team

Syracuse University basketball's star center Fab Melo will not play in tonight's road game against Notre Dome or Monday's game at Cincinnati.

Cuomo presents his executive budget

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2012-13 executive budget closes the $2 billion budget gap faced by the state without assessing new taxes or fees, and it even leaves room for more local aid to school districts. Cuomo presented his budget proposal in an hour-long address Tuesday, Jan. 17. He said putting together this year’s budget was easy because much of the hard work was done in formulating the 2011-12 budget. “The good work we did last year is paying dividends in many ways,” Cuomo said. “Last April, we reduced the deficit and we made real cuts. Late last year, we reformed the tax code so that we could avoid major problems when we sat down to do this year’s budget.”

Mattydale man killed in Thruway crash

A 53-year-old Mattydale man was hit and killed on the Thruway late Sunday night in Manlius.

J-D's DaJuan Coleman chooses SU for basketball

Three-time state champ picks Orange over Kentucky, Ohio State

DaJuan Coleman reached over the table for one hat, with a Kentucky logo on it. Then he pivoted over to the Syracuse hat and, smiling, put it on his head - much to the mutual delight of the entire Central New York basketball community.

Big steps forward

Visitors have no doubt noticed our websites' new look. You may have also noticed that some features may be intermittent or unavailable as we transition to this new platform.

Sheriff's office to use Facebook to reexamine unsolved crimes

The Onondaga County Sheriff's Office has announced that unsolved crimes will now be added to its Facebook page and website.

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Go-local advocates fuming over rumors of shake-up at Green Hills

Advocates of the go-local movement in Syracuse were shell-shocked Friday as rumors circulated about an alleged new initiative at Green Hills Market raising concerns the store might scale back it’s emphasis on locally-sourced foods.